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311 views, By Kris Smith
Thorpeness in Suffolk is a very popular destination for a short break or weekend break, a traditional village.
361 views, By Kris Smith
The White Lion Hotel in Aldeburgh opens its brand news doors this Easter after receiving a stunning refurbishment including sensational changes to the bedrooms, bar, restaurant and lounge.
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Tucked away on the Suffolk coast is the wonderful destination of Thorpeness. Just 2 miles from Aldeburgh.
359 views, By Kris Smith
The number of visitors taking short breaks this year is on the increase, which gives the visitor opportunities to stay in a number of different locations around the country.
275 views, By Kris Smith
The Brudenell Hotel, based on the shore line in Aldeburgh, has always been an iconic hotel in Suffolk.
197 views, By Kris Smith
Short breaks are becoming even more popular for those looking to take a few days away from the hustle and bustle of their everyday life.
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For golfers who are keen for a round or two now the weather is improving, you’ll be pleased to hear that the course at Thorpeness Hotel & Golf Club has seen a number of improvements over the winter months.
434 views, By Philip Dawes
Coxswain's Cottage in Thorpeness has been shortlisted in the Suffolk Tourism Awards 2010 which are organised by Archant, publishers of the East Anglian Daily Times and Choose Suffolk. Category winners go through to the Regional Awards.
652 views, By Europei
An exciting new development of holiday lodges has been officially launched close to Aldeburgh and Thorpeness on the Suffolk Heritage Coast. Featuring two and three bedroom luxury lodges with sea front locations and lovely sea views.
624 views, By Thorpeness Hotel & Golf Club
Thorpeness Hotel and Golf Club has seen a makeover this year, with enhancements to the course, decorative changes to the hotel. Offering a number of outstanding golf breaks to golfers and non-golfers.
736 views, By Kris Smith
The White Lion are taking over the reins and introducing a lot of new and exciting offers and short-breaks for their customers in the coming months.
609 views, By Kris Smith
The Brudenell hotel is one of the most popular hotels in Suffolk. Whilst the hotel will continue to take bookings for the coming season, it will be closed from January 3rd until 31st March 2010.
665 views, By Kris Smith
The Bru restaurant is a part of the Brudenell hotel. It is one of the most popular restaurants in Suffolk.
350 views, By Shorthose Russell
Culinary Delights at Thorpeness Golf and Country Club
375 views, By Shorthose Russell
Luxury Night stay at the Brudenell Hotel
424 views, By Shorthose Russell
Facelift for the Bru restaurant in Aldeburgh
490 views, By Matt Gammie
Thorpeness Golf and Country Club goes on tour
713 views, By Philip Dawes
Stay in the village where time stands still!, Thorpeness was created nearly 100 years ago and still retains much of its original charm. No wonder families come back year after year, the annual Regatta in August is not to be missed!
616 views, By Kris Smith
Group dining on a budget – The Bru restaurant, Aldeburgh in Suffolk.
817 views, By Kris Smith
If your idea of a perfect Xmas is to have someone else do all the hard work while you sit back, relax and be waited on hand and foot, then you should be looking to book your Christmas lunch at the Bru restaurant in Aldeburgh.
797 views, By Kris Smith
While economics issues are playing a part, a growing number of holidaymakers are rediscovering the joys of a UK break.
825 views, By Kris Smith
Following the drama of Tiger Woods’ stunning ‘sudden death’ victory in the US Open golf tournament, a whole new generation of youngsters are being inspired to take up the game.
769 views, By Kris Smith
Only days after the Governor of the Bank of England had to write to the Chancellor explaining the rise in inflation.

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